Swiss Chard Salad

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  1. Cut the stems out of the chard and put them back in the fridgerator for making hot dog stir-fry later. Stack the chard leaves and roll them into a tight cylinder. Cut the cylinder into ¼” slices, giving you long chard ribbons. That’s called a chiffonade!
  2. Put chard int oa large bowl and add oil, vinegar, lemon juice, maple syrup, salt and pepper, and toss to coat the chard.
  3. Add everything else and toss.
  4. Let it sit 15-30 minutes, or as long as it takes you to take a damn shower, to get the chard leaves softened. Eat it and be the healthiest person you know.


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